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Famous Dale Carnegie Graduates and the Principles they Personify

June 12, 2015
Famous Dale Carnegie Graduates and the Principles they Personify

The world famous Dale Carnegie Course is our flagship program which was developed by our founder, Dale Carnegie. His tried and true human relations principles were first published in his book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, which has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide since its release in 1936. You may...
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Walk the Talk — Three Leadership Principles Worth Following

June 5, 2015
Walk the Talk — Three Leadership Principles Worth Following

Often times during my career when micro—or mismanaged, I would ponder, “How did my boss ever get promoted to a leadership position?” My colleagues always concurred and we would commiserate about their lack of knowledge, experience, positive attitude, interpersonal skills—to name a few. I myself had aspirations to promote and decided to invest in...
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Three Effective Ways to Reach Generations Y and Z

May 29, 2015
Three Effective Ways to Reach Generations Y and Z

Corporations, retailers, and universities have been trying to understand Millennials for years. They were born in the early 1980s and their technological wizardry mystifies the world. According to a recent Harvard Business Review article, there is, “an even more puzzling generation on the horizon — and they’re going to change everything.” This is the iGeneration,...
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How to Align Your Body Language for Success

May 22, 2015
How to Align Your Body Language for Success

Did you know that your body language can help or hurt your level of success? Surprisingly, your voice inflection, facial expressions and body language comprise up to 90% of your message. Body language or nonverbal communication is extremely important in business given that humans produce over1: 700,000 signs 5,000 distinct hand gestures 250,000 facial...
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Four Ways to Increase Productivity While Working Remotely

May 15, 2015
Four Ways to Increase Productivity While Working Remotely

Working remotely, commonly referred to as telecommuting, virtual and work-from-home jobs, grew 27% in 2014 and 83% of human resource professionals surveyed say telecommuting will be more prevalent in the next five years1. Common remote roles include consultant, customer service representative, account manager, case manager, business development director and marketing manager. Some people work...
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Three Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder

May 6, 2015
Three Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder

A recent Inc. article unveils the truth about people who appear to be over-worked; you know the ones—they work late almost every night and on the weekends whether in the office or at home. Author AJ Agrawal’s reveals that in all honesty, these people are more than likely working inefficiently and that, “to produce...
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Email Etiquette — Increase Open Rates and Protect Your Reputation

May 1, 2015
Email Etiquette — Increase Open Rates and Protect Your Reputation

According to a recent HubSpot blog post —the content of your email can positively or negatively impact your reputation. Consider this—if 93% of all daily communication is nonverbal according to Dr. Albert Mehrabian, author of Silent Messages, what does your email style really say about you? Meaning, when communicating face-to-face, your language only comprises 7% of...
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Five Ways to Conquer the Five Minute Attention Span

April 24, 2015
Five Ways to Conquer the Five Minute Attention Span

The sheer preparation for a speech is stressful, let alone considering how to maintain the audience’s attention for the entire presentation. Millions of people fear public speaking more than anything else. Many cite the audience as the greatest source of angst—will they pay attention? Laugh if a mistake is made? A recent Fortune article...
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Five Steps to Banish Burnout

April 16, 2015
Five Steps to Banish Burnout

Stress and burnout rates continue to rise in the U.S. and their three major symptoms are emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced performance. According to a survey of the American Psychological Association, money, workplace and economy issues are the three major sources of stress among U.S. adults. Here are five tips to banish burnout: Follow the 80/20 rule which...
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Three Keys to Capitalize on Confidence

April 10, 2015
Three Keys to Capitalize on Confidence

Forbes article, 12 Things Truly Confident People Do Differently, cites the results of a recent study at the University of Melbourne where confident people went on to earn higher wages and get promoted faster than everyone else. The article lists activities such as exercising regularly; seeking out small victories and celebrating other people. Here are...
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